DOI: 10.2147/idr.s383979
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Abstract: To investigate the prevalence of rotavirus infection and acute diarrhea after immunization and further assess the quality of nursing care provided by the nurses to such patients. Methods: A total of 432 children aged 3-36 months with acute diarrhea between February 2019 and March 2022 were enrolled, and rotavirus testing was performed within 24 h using a rotavirus enzyme immunoassay kit. Clinical characteristics were evaluated, and regression analysis was performed. Results: Eighty vaccinated children (18.5%) … Show more

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